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. >>> good evening. i'm john king. tonight deadly tornadoes pummel communities from alabama to indiana. we'll track the severe weather throughout this hour. >>> plus meet the law student rush limbaugh calls an slut and president obama labels a role model. >>> and with $4 gasoline on the horizon, the politicians have horizon, the politicians have the same old bandering promises. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> tonight we're tracking a danger ouz tornado outbreak. powerful twisters across ohio, tennessee, mississippi, alabama and indiana where four deaths have now been confirmed. in kentucky a yellow school bus slammed into a building. its front half obliterated. in tennessee, homes are ripped from their foundation, splintered by the winds. at least six people critically hurt in that state. in alabama a trailer home lifted up and crashed upside down near a tree. the naked lot and a few stairs all that's left. and here's a power line crumpled like a paper clip. millions are affected and this is far far from over. we're keeping an eye on it all with the help of our cnn meteorologist
school bus through the front of a diner in henryville, indiana, plus an entire town has been wiped off the map by devastating twisters. we will go live to the hardest hit areas. >>dave: and gas prices climb for the 25th straight day. there is no end in sight. can anything be done to ease your pain at the pump? >> it could cost you billions to bail out the auto industry but chevrolet is pulling the plug on the volt with poor sales. "fox & friends" begins right now. >>alisyn: good morning, everyone, and right to the breaking news, it has been devastated throughout the midwest. we are waking up to the weather alert because deadly twisters have torn up the country. >> tons of hopes ripped to pieces days after around round of tornadoes and some of the west damage in southern indiana, tornadoes leave 14 people dead there. >> we have total destruction in northeast clark county. and we have total destruction in parts of southern scott county. we have total destruction in parts of washington county. we have multiple fatalities that we are aware in the three counties. >>clayton: a dozen people k
of the tornadoes that destroyed parts of southern indiana. some who survive reasonable doubt reliving the horror while others are reaching out to help their neighbors. >> once there is a sense of order it is easier to heal. when it is so crazy messy it is just -- overwhelming. it is just too hard. emotionally to be able to function. >> whole entire life, 27 years, my wife, my daughters is gone. i have people -- helping us look for stuff. >> your house picked up and moved. >> yes. oz." costello is live in indiana. i will tell you, if only "wizard of oz." that would have just been fable, just a story. alex. marysville, indiana. that gentleman that talked about his whole life is strewn about the field. take a look behind me. this is the heartwarming thing i would say, you know, for those of us that cover disasters, america always does this. it always agents very quickly. take a look behind me. 24 hours or a little more than 24 hours later, you now have heavy machinery that moved in. there's nothing left of marysville, indiana. walk over here. i found this particularly heartwarming. this pile here,
indiana to georgia. at least 37 people are dead. now the focus has changed and survivors, scores of jurtd people are waking up in hospitals this morning. their homes and the homes of their neighbors are gone. people are now picking through the rubble to find anything they can salvage. officials in west liberty, kentucky, say they are thankful the damage wasn't worse, even as the town was devastated by 135-mile-per-hour winds and one reported death. rob marciano getting a look at some of west liberty's hardest hit areas. good morning to you. tell us what you are seeing today. >> well, gary, finally today they have been able to clear the main roads enough to where larger vehicles can get through, including trucks carrying power poles, emergency crews, and for the first time we're able to show you these pictures life and over my shoulder. that tells you the story. some well built brick and mortar commercial buildings torn p like really i've never seen it. an ef-3 tornado coming through here with winds at 140 miles per hour. not that building, but the bank has been here for 100 years. that bu
tempore: the gentleman yields back. the chair recognizes the gentleman from indiana, mr. donnelly, for five minutes. mr. donnelly: thank you, madam speaker. today i rise to pay tribute to john oliver, an outstanding american citizen who has shown commitment and service to his hometown of plymouth, indiana, our state, and our country. a native of new castle in the united kingdom, 50 years ago this month john immigrated to the united states, on march 19, 1962, when he was only 19. in 1975 he officially became a suns citizen. -- a united states citizen. he is a dear friend not only to me but people around the country and world. he began his journey in the manufacturing industry as a laborer for a small research and development firm. he moved to plymouth, indiana, to work for that company, ultimately becoming its president in 1977. nine years later john purchased the company and renamed it u.s. granules. which today produces 50% of the world's granular ue lated aluminum. with his -- granulated aluminum. with his leadership it remains a leader in technology and in quality and they have
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to the air force academy and is a graduate of indiana university's law school. he is a huge hoosier fan and i can only imagine how proud he was of the indiana elite eight basketball performance against kentucky last friday. the home thing that -- wrong was that kentucky beat indiana by a vote of -- by one point, 73-72. so that kind of ended indiana in the march madness. another part of the behind-the-scenes function of the house that john's strategic wisdom and advice was critical to the continuity of the house function was in the days and weeks following the tragic events of september 11, 2001. and he performed there admirably. so john has led the parliamentarian's office in a collegial and a very profession al-manar, to the benefit of the office, the members and the house and we are fortunate for his service and wish him well in retirement and we will miss him. i yield back. mr. dingell: mr. speaker, at this time i yield two minutes to my distinguished friend from virginia, through my good friend from ohio, to the gentleman from virginia. >> thank you for yielding time. i'm not from virgini
beginning to pick up the pieces in indiana and kentucky are now seeing snow and rain. 39 people have been killed across five states in the south and midwest. the latest victim is an indiana toddler who passed away after being taken off life support last night rescuers are looking for any more potential victims in rural areas many communities are working to restore cell phone service, electricity and internet service. >>> branches of the american red cross and our region have not been called in to help those tornado ravaged states yet but ready to go at any time so far red cross chapters closer to the effected states have been able to cope with the need for shelters but damage assessment teams are still analyzing what is needed there. one need is mental health workers. >>> a lot of the people that were hurt by this tornado, saw horrific images, you know, their houses might have been destroyed, people they know might have been killed or severely injured mental health workers from the red cross are available and talking with them. >> should our local red cross trucks and staff be needed they
in five straight states. and 13 of those deaths from right here in indiana. i'm in the hard hit town of henryville indiana, where the heart of the town is virtually unrecognizable. but residents here say they will recover. >> angel babcock initially survived the tornado in indiana but was critically injured. her parents, two brother and sister were all kid. a family friend described finding them to see an enthusing -- >> the man and woman was laying behind the sawmill and all three of the kids was found in this area. >> one of the kids was still a baby seat. >> yes. i don't know what to say you know. just -- it's devastating. >> angel died at louisville hospital sunday afternoon after being take off life support. her grandfather share his grief beforehand. >> if i do get to see her, my pastor's going to go in with me and we're going to pray there and i'm going to tell that little girl that i'm going tell her that it's time for her to meet her mommy and daddy. >> meanwhile, human kindness was seen the morning of destruction. alabama's governor prais
dozen people dead in the midwest and the south, you're taking a live look from harryville, indiana. you can see where a school bus is covered with debris here. they're trying to rule out any more possible victims. families are combing through this debris trying to learn what happened to loved ones and friends. here's more details. devastating pictures brianne. >> absolutely. some big images there out of the midwest. overwhelming emotion from many families after these storms slammed a number of states over the weekend. and what many were hoping to be a triumph in the face of these twisters turned to tragedy yesterday with another life lost. in the storm-ravaged town of henryville indiana, are the wild wind ripped apart so many lives and home more pain from mother nature. overnight, snow moved in making cleanup efforts more complicated. >> there's still a lot of confusion, a lot of chaos, a lot of loss. >> this comes as the number of lives lost continues to climb. yesterday, 15-month-old angel babcock who was the only member of her family surviving
and a dozen victims in indiana. three people were killed in ohio and one death in both alabama and georgia. and, now, freezing temperatures and snow make the situation more difficult for many survivors, rick reichmuth is live in henryville, indiana, which was so hard hit. rick? >> rick: one of the towns, the list you gave of the different states gives you an idea of how widespread the event was, one of the towns, henryville, and, national weather service officers have done the preliminary investigation and this was an ef-4 tornado that struck the area. i want to give you an idea of the damage that happens in an ef-4 tornado, this is a diner and a school because from the junior high school across the street, that ended up being hit -- excuse me, that bus was thrown across the street into the diner, come out here to the front of out and see the front of the bus, the bus has been ripped off of the chassis, this is the body of the bus, the chassis on the other side, and it goes into the building. seems like this is common here, across the street, is the high school, they've had to fence it off
at a scene in henryville, indiana, where a blanket of snow now covers the damage from friday's deadly tornado there. >> around two inches fell overnight. i know that doesn't sound like a lot, but it could weigh down damaged structures making the work for cleanup crews even more dangerous. the tornado in henryville was the largest of as many as 79 twisters that hit the region on friday and then again on saturday. meanwhile, the death toll rose on sunday when a 15-month-old girl who was found in a field after a tornado destroyed her home and killed her family was taken off life support. coming up, her neighbor who risks his own life at the height of the storm who tried to save them all will speak out in a live interview. >> compelling story and a new nbc news/"wall street journal" poll on the eve of super tuesday that could be good news for mitt romney. >>> and then the tragic death of an 18-year-old girl killed in an accident moments after she texted from behind the wheel that driving and facebooking is not safe. her parents are turning the loss into a mission to save others. coming up, they w
to the end of the process. look what we've given santorum. kentucky, west virginia, north carolina, indiana, wisconsin, even if he won all of those states with gingrich in the race getting some delegates, romney coming in second or coming in third and getting some delegates, look what happens. romney still clinching the nomination. still clinches the nomination. maybe. maybe if santorum could take away california romney still clinches the nomination. santorum would also have to win some place like new jersey to deny him. even then romney would have a big lead. that's one scenario. even if you take gingrich out on theory he exits the race say after a santorum victory in louisiana. most polls suggest again even being extraordinarily generous to senator santorum that romney will be difficult to beat. let me show you that scenario. going to change the map a little bit. first we go back to where we are today. give you a scenario. even if you take speecher gingrich out, let's say again santorum wins wisconsin, indiana, switch that one, let's say he wins west virginia, we'll switch that one. he wi
. the georgia lee has already been approved by the u.s. justice department. there's also been laws in indiana and also in rhode island. southern states are not the only states that are passing these laws. >> i agree with you and neither does arturo davis changing his mind. he was running for governor and lost pretty sizable, even though i agree -- >> he wrote this after that. >> yeah, i understand. but what i'm saying is notingwinotin notwithstanding. you had a voter i.d. law in 2003 that let you use all of this. since then you've had three cases. you still haven't shown me where the widespread fraud. it's like me saying my nose is running and you give me surgery. there is no problem of voter fraud widespread. >> there has been voter fraud over the years. >> you just didn't catch it? >> you don't catch a lot of things that happen as far as -- >> but you change the law even though there's no fraud. >> change the law to make it tighter. >> another thing curious to me, representative. the three cases, none of them had anything to do with voter fraud at the polls in terms of i.d. one was a guy th
states, killing more than 30 people. entire towns are simply gone. jay gray is in indiana tonight with the latest. >> there is an eerie silence that hangs over the emptiness. the quiet that comes with nightfall after a day filled with the sounds of survival. the morning of chain saws. so many sifting through the rubble by hand. >> people from everywhere coming to help. >> searching for anything that may be left of lives shattered by the storm. >> it will get much better faster if everybody does a little bit. >> for more than three dozen families, it cannot get better. their loved ones are not coming back, the grief that now includes a toddler who was found fighting for her life in this field. her mother, debt, and two brothers already dead. today, she also passed away after being pulled from life- support. a grandfather spoke just around big decision. >> we are going to pray. i am going to tell her that it is time for her to meet her mommy. >> it is the kind of hard makes the many must work through now as they prepare for anything but a normal monday here. the message seems a bit
states of america. don't tell us we have to take healthcare. don't tell me as a hoosier in indiana that i have to do what they want in the beltway because it doesn't work. oooh, what's her secret? [ male announcer ] dawn hand renewal with olay beauty. improves the look and feel of hands in just five uses. [ sponge ] soft, smooth... fabulous! [ male announcer ] dawn do. [ sponge ] so it's not a chore. megyn: new reaction to the controversy over a college's decision to start scheduling classes on major religious holidays. last hour we told you how new york's stoneybrook university claims the change is meant to show respect for all faiths. the fallout reaching far beyond the school's campus. rush limbaugh says he seize his as just one of the issues fueling a growing sense that some american values are under attack. >> the silent majority are the people who get up and go to work, try to play by the rules, try to do everything right according to their morality and their sense of right and wrong and their ethics. my gut instinct about the silent majority is it's about to explode. it's about had
. florida swing state. ohio a swing state. most people think indiana will go back to republicans. you have some republicans who say we can play here and here. i'll do it for the sake of argument. ohio is a swing state. nevada the highest unemployment in the country, you have to make that a swing state. arizona could be a swing state. new mexico i'm going to leave that in president obama's now. some republicans will argue with me. let's start right here. 13. right? there will be more. there will be more people at home might think so that gets obama down to 207. i think our chief white house correspondent jessica yellin is listening to us as we go. prove it to me, republicans. keep these in the democratic column until you can prove otherwise. we were in florida for a debate. even the democrats think this is tough for president obama. let's give it to the republicans. let's for the sake of argument split the difference. let obama keep virginia. and give north carolina to the republicans. where are we now? the president is getting close. that was a pickup for the president. i'm convinced just
in indiana. >> reporter: which isn't far from paula bowen's own illinois home. but one day a truant officer made a trip to that center to visit cassie and recommend she transfer to a very different place. >> cassie called me, she was crying, she said, i just made a mistake. >> what was her mistake? >> i asked her what happened, and she says, i just signed the papers to go to pinehaven. >> reporter: paula bowen says without her permission, her daughter was then whisked away, more than 1,800 miles to rural northern montana, to the pinehaven christian children's ranch, and that's where we met her. >> reporter: what's your name? >> cassie. >> where you from? >> illinois. >> reporter: bob larsson is the founder and preacher at pinehaven. >> the two biggest reasons can kids come is broken homes and they didn't have the normal home background and training with a dad and a mom and failing adoptions. >> reporter: paula bowen admits she's had serious problems with her life, including imprisonment. but says she doesn't want her daughter at pinehaven because of allegations from former employees at the
. in other words, he was a boy in trouble, because he invited blacks in indiana into his church; he said, "christianity is about inclusiveness; i'm going to start a church that includes everyone." well, he was kicked out of a major denomination, and then starts the people's temple, and grows - and on that theme of inclusiveness and communalness. i mean, hey, folks, he was being apostolic - almost as much or perhaps more than a group that claims the apostolic thing. so what went wrong, you know? that's a very interesting question, one that people are still fighting over. how do you get from authentic, real christianity amongst the leader and the people, to 900-plus people killing themselves or being murdered in the jungles of guyana? a terrible story that includes the times, the oppression, tensions between the secular and the sacred world. but rather than have me spin the web, what we discovered, through the networking again, a wonderful woman, professor rebecca moore, who teaches religious studies quietly and nicely at the university of north dakota. and who would have guessed it? i got
through the midwest earlier this month. the storms killed 14 people in the state of indiana. that number could have been a lot higher if not for a fast thinking school bus driver in the city of henryville. massive f4 tornado platened henryville march 2nd, struck just after 3:00 p.m. school bus driver angel perry was taking 11 of her students home from school when the skies began to darken. she radioed dispatch, machine. >> this is 211, i'm about a minute and a half from the school. >> this is 210 i'm on the road and seen a tornado touch down one mile from me. >> oh, my gosh. >> oh my gosh is right. make a keep decision, keep driving or head back to the school? she decided to turn around and that was smart, when she got back to the school she had to get the kids off the bus fast and listen to how she did it. >> everybody stay together, our group together right now, go, go, go, go, go, go! one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine -- come on! 10, 11, go, go, go! >> she did it just in time. look at this video from the school bus security camera, three minutes after the kids got o
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and his network and a dramatic rescue today from the indiana tornado involving a 2-year-old girl. it happened over the weekend. she was taken off life support. >> looking forward to that. >>> and we have a big development in the gross point murder case. joseph gattis has been charged with murder and conspiracy to commit murder. you may recall the story here. jane is a marketing executive, mother of two. she was found strangled in the backseat of her mercedes about a month ago. he reportedly has a i.q. of a third grader. has claimed that the victim's husband promised him $200 to carry out the hit. paul cowen was a contributor, former new york city homicide prosecutor. he accused bob bashara, then accused again. turned out he had affairs, rather strange personal life, gentz has been charged with conspiracy to commit murder. does there have to be someone else you conspired with or no? >> conspiracy means that there are two or more people involved in the crime. the question is, who's person number two? his original story was that bashara was his coconspirator. >> how relevant is this
virginia now. the bulk is into western ohio, indiana, the center of the storm is still farther back out to the west and that is right there over kansas city and saint louis and can you see it sitting and spinning. that moved about 350 miles in the last five days. okay and that is a real slow mover. not much and that looks like it's going to come across the weekend and that is what is going to bring us a chance for the rain tomorrow and on sunday. i don't think that is a washout but if you have plans, especially tomorrow, that we'll take you outdoors and you need to plan for it. i assume the spring games starting, whether they're soccer or whatnot, they'll be rained out tomorrow, especially with thunder in the area and with 80 in the city, i have looked so far. the high is 81. we may have touched 82. when the official high comes out, i will let you know and monasses, 82. , dulles, 82; culpepper and fredericksburg, they have had no problems today getting up into the mid-80s and as brian mentioned, by the water, which is very, very typical this time of the year, it's going to be cooler. th
devotion to the house is -- as his commitment to indiana basketball. coach bobby knight once defined discipline as doing what you have to do, doing it as well as you possibly can and doing it that way all the time. john sullivan is the most disciplined to have served this house. he's consistently shown grace under pressure. what may be well one of the biggest pressure cookers on earth. he's strengthened and modernized the office of the parliamentarian to meet a more open and transparent congress. john, who was here on 9/11, determined how the house should go forward and has spent every day preparing for the unexpected. in a body where everything can happen, he's always thinking two steps ahead, like any good coach. so, of course, john's a modest man. he would just say he was just him doing his job. like i said, disciplined. but make no mistake, for the house and the people that we serve, he's gone above and beyond the call of duty. john, we're sorry to see you go but we want to wish you and your family the best and on behalf of the whole house, we want to thank for your service. the
a lot of your colleagues across other states are trying to do similar things, the governor of indiana trying to get folks and businesses from illinois and the governor from ohio trying to get folks from both of those states and bragging about lower tax rates and better business environment. who wednesday in a contest? >>guest: florida wins. if you look at our tax rates, business tax, the 5th lowest. the four lower are dakotas and wyoming and alaska. new york is number 49. we are of the opinion limited number one. with regard to regulation we are dramatically beggar -- better than new york. we are number one in the country for teacher quality. work first training we are number one in the country is if you think what is important to businesses and their customers so they, the business can do better, clearly florida is a better choice. >>neil: why do you have to make the haul to new yorkst you could have gone to any of the southern states but some of them have lower rates and better business environments than you, right? south carolina? why not make the pitch there? >>guest: well, first
on the line. caller: hello. host: where is michigan city? caller: actually, it is indiana. host: that's what i thought. caller: i want to speak on the silliness of a national parade. i just on see the logistics of it. where is it going to be held -- tin-tin, new york city, los angeles? -- washington? i think when they get off the plane they want to go straight home and see their loved ones. the parade would probably only be for the people, to make the citizens feel good. host: ellis is no longer with us. we will move on to baltimore. kirk on our independent line. caller: i think the veterans put their lives on the line for us. i think that if godzilla came over, our boys would get in airplanes and tanks and do their thing. you have to give respect to the troops even if you don't like the missions. so as far as a parade, i think they deserve more than a parade. they should be packed inside the stadium and for the whole day and they should have places where you can set up and some people can get help and health care because they might be homeless or they need some help. we need some people in th
with you. coming up next, an exclusive look at the road to recovery of the indiana mom who lost parts of her legs protecting her kids from a tornado as it was destroying their home. itis coming up after this. doers. here's to more saturdays in the sun. and budgets better spent. here's to turning rookies into experts, and shoppers into savers. here's to picking up. trading up. mixing it up. to well-earned muddy boots and a lot more spring per dollar. more saving. more doing. that the power of the home depot. break out the gardening gloves. miracle-gro garden soil is now 3 bags for 10 bucks. livi ng w ith the pain livi of moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis... ...could mean living with joint damage. help stop the damage before it stops you... ...with humira. for many adults with moderate to severe ra,... ...humira's proven to help relieve pain and stop joint damage. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal events can occur, such as infections, lymphoma, or other types of cancer, blood, liver, and nervous system problems,...
in indiana appoint, and there's this question now, there's some inspector general activity centered on things close to the goff -- governor's office, and it's particularly some of the problems that people identified earlier about having the governor appoint somebody who then has to do investigation over the governor's office raise questions of partiality. that's a real issue. when you talk about -- we have a fairly complex nature between the inspector general, state board of accounts, and when you talk about false claims, i was going to suggest if you have a false claims, have a key element because as much as we like to think the investigations lead to this, nine times out of ten it's somebody inside coming to you explaning how, and so i think the fact of the inspector general doesn't have the resources, and in my office, they don't account for everybody else. there's some opportunity for people to come forward, and i think in the statute, and i think it's critical for all of the areas. >> and that's right, and then if you have a source of these cases, and you are prepared to do them, you can
-election campaign. today indiana's election board ruled luger isn't eligible to vote in his home precinct because he lives in virginia and sold his indianapolis home in 1977. the senator's campaign says it's just dirty politics, though, since the election board's democrats voted against him. much more on that, i'm sure. >>> and federal health officials unveiled a set of new and as you can see very graphic anti--smoking commercials. they feature people who have had amputations, paralysis and disfiguring surgeries because they smoked. officials say the $154 million campaign will save $170 million over three years. >>> memphis, tennessee is finally about to join at least 900 other u.s. cities and towns in naming a street in honor of martin luther king. it will happen on april 4th, the 44th anniversary of king's assassination in memphis. the new dr. mlk jr. avenue will be a mile-long stretch of what is now lynden avenue. several blocks from the motel where king was shot and killed. >>> not everyone's first day in prison is a media event or a media circus. but the guy in the dark coat? do you see him? da
, indiana. we gave him wisconsin. maybe he could win north carolina. if he did all that, romney still clinches. the only santorum strategy of blocking romney, he would have to win california. many people believe that's unlikely. even that wouldn't be enough. he would have to also win in the state of new jersey. the governor, chris christie, is on romney's side. that would deny romney. most think that is implausible. that will be the debate as we head on to louisiana and beyond. as romney looks at this map and feels pretty good, this morning, he got some additional good news. >> my cell phone rang. i looked at it. it just said jeb. i picked up the phone and it was jeb bush. i didn't even have to ask. he said, mitt, i want to let you know, i'm endorsing you today. >> that is good news, the endorsement of the former florida governor. it has already been overshadowed by something one of romney's advisers said on cnn this morning. >> i think you hit a reset button for the fall campaign. everything changes. it is almost like an etch a sketch, you can kind of shake it up and we start all ove
at these amazing pictures. earlier this month in henryville, indiana. just seconds before it also recorded the bus driver counting the children as they got off the bus. listen. >> everybody stay together. our group together right now. go, go, go, go, go, go! one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine. come on! 10, 11, go, go, go! >> everyone including the driver is okay. i'm just amazed by how calm she actually sounds. her presence of mind there. >> total urgency but not panic. get going. >> that's just amazing. she's an amazing woman. >> god bless her. she's a hero to a lot of parents. >> a lot of parents. my goodness. >>> coming up, the latest on the trayvon martin shooting. we'll speak with the florida attorney general. >>> and a former cia director looks at why there's such concern about north korea's plans to join the space race. >> literally, john, this is rocket science. this is hard to do. and the north koreans have not had a history of very successful high-end activity. see life in the best light. outdoors, or in. transitions® lenses automatically filter just the right amount o
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